This week the eighth edition of the community festival “One City, All Peoples” will take place, a meeting that brings together communities from all over the world who have chosen to live in Córdoba for decades, or even hundreds of years.

It will take place from Thursday, November 3 to Sunday, November 6, at the sports venue of the National University of Córdoba (located at the intersection of Concepción Arenal and Rogelio Nores Martínez avenues, in the Parque Sarmiento area). It will have free admission and will be open to the public from 6:00 p.m. to 12:00 p.m.. The Saturday 5 and Sunday 6, activities will take place from 12 noon to 00 a.m..

This year there will be 17 gastronomic stalls belonging to more than 20 migrant organizationsa stage to enjoy shows and dances typical of each country, and a cultural tent will be installed where activities related to the traditional aspects of each region will be carried out.

It should be noted that during the event, a CAPeM (Migrant and Refugee Assistance Center) stand will operate from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. in order to advise and inform migrants and those interested in the subject. In addition, for the closure of the festival on Sunday 6, prizes will be awarded by vote of the visiting public for the Best Typical Dress, the best artistic show and the Best Gastronomy.

The purpose of the call is promote and make visible the cultural diversity among the people of Cordoba together with the different organizations of migrants and communities that reside in our city.

By clicking on this link you can find the artistic grid, the countries that will be present, the space created for the youngest members of the family and much more.

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